Hotels employ a lot of people to keep the operation running day and night, but some are getting creative with those they have on staff. In addition to the essential housekeeper, bellman, front-desk clerk and concierge, there are some unexpected hotel jobs that can really make guests’ travel experiences more memorable. These are the hotel jobs to keep an eye out for on your next trip.
The limited-edition remake of the Jaguar F-Pace SVR Edition 1988 is for the tried-and-true Jaguar fans. If you’re looking for the utmost in recognizable, retro luxury, this is it. The British carmaker decided to remake the Silk cut-designed car (well, only 394 of them as a limited-edition model). It is also helping to reignite the brand
The limited-edition remake of the Jaguar F-Pace SVR Edition 1988 is for the tried-and-true Jaguar fans. If you’re looking for the utmost in recognizable, retro luxury, this is it. The British carmaker decided to remake the Silk cut-designed car (well, only 394 of them as a limited-edition model). It is also helping to reignite the brand’s motor sport heritage, one that many luxury car owners value.
When looking for the best airline credit cards, it’s also important to factor in the additional perks that come along with them (airport lounge access, free checked bags, upgrade priority on award tickets) as well as how easy it is to redeem the miles you earn. Among the dozens of mileage-earning cards, these rule the pack.
Forget everything you thought you knew about what a hotel room should look like. There are some accommodations around the world that are less about the room itself; it’s their architecture or design that is the Instagram-worthy surprise. While the price tag might be equally extraordinary, so too, is the experience.
Airlines are pushing boundaries to connect far-flung global cities every year. The longest flight in the world, currently flown by Singapore Airlines, is proof. For travelers who want to visit loved ones—not to mention frequent fliers looking for new ways to earn and burn miles and points—this is what the 19-hour journey from John F. Kennedy is like.
The CEO of Qatar Airways shares the carrier's post-pandemic goals and what he sees as both obstacles and opportunities as the world travels again. No stranger to controversy, he doesn't hold back about the state of the industry and how his airline wants to lead the way.
Bilal Ekşi, CEO, general manager and member of the board, of Turkish Airlines is bullish on the airline’s future as it emerges from pandemic challenges. He shares how the airline handled pandemic challenges and an airline update on where he sees the carrier transforming in the coming years.
Airport viewing decks offer fleeting glances of planes taking off and maneuvering while you’re rushing to the gate. But if you really want to slow down and take time for some serious plane spotting, these hotels offer a ringside seat to the action.
One of the largest hospitality companies in the world is continuing to grow and evolve as market conditions change. Marriott International is adapting to fit this new world by introducing (and continuing) innovative initiatives to stay relevant to both consumers and investors.
One of the most famous hotels in Morocco, if not all of Africa, La Mamounia has long been a bucket list destination for me. I have traveled to Morocco more than a dozen times, but never stayed there, until a recent family trip provided the perfect opportunity.
Ennismore, the hospitality company behind brands like 25hours Hotels, Mama Shelter, The Hoxton, Mondrian and SLS is trying something different. Instead of the traditional loyalty program where members earn and redeem points for their stay, it is launching, what it calls, a “dis-loyalty” program.
Carol Hoeller, vice president global brand management for Hotel Indigo, explains why now is the right time for IHG to expand this important luxury and lifestyle segment. Hotel Indigo wants to be the neighborhood hotel. Here's how.
Genesis is rapidly growing its market share as it demonstrates Korean luxury on a global scale, with an ever-increasing presence in the North American market. There is no doubt that part of this success is due to the executive leadership of Claudia Marquez, the Genesis Motor North America Chief Operating Officer.
Serdar Bilgili, chairman of Bilgili Group, began his company BLG Capital in 2010, but has quickly grown it to become one of the leading real estate private equity firms in Europe. With a focus on hospitality as well as a diversified portfolio, his firm is responsible for some of the most popular and well-known travel investments in cities of the world.
Shannon Knapp, president and chief executive officer for LHW, shares how the group is approaching post-pandemic travel and the pent-up demand for luxury experiences. She believes 2023 is going to be a record breaker for the industry with plenty of fresh perspective and new trends shaping the way consumers view travel.
Four Seasons is about to open its second property in the Qatari capital, but this time, it will make an even bigger splash with a private beach and residential tower at The Pearl. Pursuitist spoke with Mehdi Zaanoun, the general manager of the new Four Seasons Resort and Residences at The Pearl-Qatar to learn more.
Following a naming ceremony in Aswan, Egypt, Viking added its fourth river ship, Viking Aton. Chairman Torstein Hagen hints at what's next for Viking in Egypt. travel needs. Viking is known as a market leader in river cruising, and took its Nordic approach to ocean ships. Its next venture is conquering new destinations.
Known for all-inclusive luxury, Seabourn Cruises has a reputation for delivering top-notch service and differentiated itineraries. As a first-timer aboard Seabourn, this legacy loomed large when I boarded the Seabourn Encore in Athens for a seven-night sailing to Venice.
Wondering what the difference is between Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva? Here are seven notable distinctions between the two mid-size cruise ships. Both are part of NCL's new Prima Class of ships, which has cruisers especially excited with this upscale move from Norwegian.
Forget the midnight buffets and trays of pre-mixed poolside cocktails melting in the sun. Today’s cruise ships have evolved into floating foodie havens with celebrity restaurants, food halls, more sustainably sourced ingredients, and craft cocktail bars. On the new Celebrity Beyond mega cruise ship, here's a look at how 32 dining concepts come to life.